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#1 posted 01-25-2012 09:40 PM

there was, but they stopped selling topsaver. it was better than wd40. after the rust is gone, paste wax is the best and most reasonable preserver against rust. and one more thing that is vital. when the tool is not in use, keep the top covered. almost anything will do…...sheets, blankets, comforters, plywood, hardboard, fancy, expensive htc brand tool covers. i can go 2-3 years w/o rewaxing or developing rust in my unheated shop in NY when i remember to cover my tools.

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